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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1926

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DAILY OFFICI
Publication in the Bulletin is coi
the University. Copy received at
until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. in1. Satu
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AL BULLETINI
Dstructive notice to all memiiber's of
t the office of the Summer Session
irday).
IDILY 25), 192' N111her 211

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Women's Educational CIOh
The Women's Educational Club will meet Monday evening at 7:15 at
836 Tappan. A inusical program will be given by I\iss Clara Starr, Super-
visor of "Music in Detroit Schools.
HRhetoric 1 and 2:
Students in my classes xwill please have iles complete and ready for
checking on Saturday morning. A. IR. Xorrls.
Phi Delta Kappa Luinceon:
TPhe concluding luncheon of the summer series of Phi Delt a Kappa
luncheons will be0 held Tuesday, July 27, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Lantern
Shop, corner East University and Willard. 'three field members will , pea h
and important fraternity, matter,, will be considered. All chapter inmembe r,
are urged to attend. Herold C. Bunt, lPresidenit.
Attention Ihouseholders:
All householders having rooms available for men students for thetiw
semester 1926.27 are requnested to list their rooms at once with the(. Yi, ,
of the Dean of Students. ('all 6115.
F. B. ahr, Asvistaut Dleani.
Attention Faculty:
Any faculty member who ha:: a house t sublet for the collet,(ear192G
1927/ will please call the 0 17,,e of the Deani of Students (6115) and! list, as
soon as possible. F. It. Wahir, Assistant l)ta.

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Wells To Enter
State Tourney
Next Wednesday'
Carlton Wells, MIch-igan amateur
golf champion foir three of the last
four years, will (defend his title in the
1926 tournament, which starts next
Wednesday on the Lochmoor club
course, Detroit, without any prelimin-
ary competitive play. Last year hie
p~layed in the qualifying rounds and
one or two matches in both the Do-
troit district and western amateur
tournaments. His duties at thbe Univer-
sity here kept him out of the district
tournament this year, and the 'Western
tournament was held at St. Paul,
which is outside the range of Wells'
travels in the course of the school
year.
'Wells has been able to find time
for some practice this year, possib)ly
a little more practice thani he had a
year ago, and lie has exp~ressed satis-

faction with the way his game is pro-
gressing. Early in the year his driv-
ing had eriat is tend~encies. 1-le has
marked power of concentration, how-
Ever, that is of g;reat help to him in
match play.
Strange, as coming from a chain-
p~ion, Wells has expressed the opinion
that sonmc golfer should rise in the
Mtate who is capable of beating hilm-
that, is, he says Michigan should have
a top-notch golfer, and that is the kind
not apt, to hle developed on 1ll months
of classroom work each year.
Iii a recent conversation Wells
poiinted out that the last time an amia-
teur from iclihigan has been high up
in the ranks was in 1914 andl 1915
when Jlames:ID. Standish was runner-
uto "Chick" Evans in the: Western
Amateur.
DRESDEN1.-----[here wvill be dense
smoke screens on land inl the next
war, a G ernatt art iller y regiment has
been trying out. art ificial fog which.
prevents vision for more than a yard.

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OCHICAGO. July 24. d'-hicago sone
day will have a new rialto, as niagi-'
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world.
The location is ready for t heatr1icat
building, just out side the famous
"loop", but within a stone throw of
the present theatre center.
That location is on the M1ichigani
avenue extension just north of the,
$16,000,0400 boulevard1 link bridge, and
on Wacker Drive.
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DRUJGS K01)____ 60_
Put a Kodak in Y our Pocket
Around College soni"ethIiig's bomid 1to hapen tdhat you'd like a
picture of. And with a Kodhi at hancd yu're ready-
The chap shown abcove is weauring the lit tle 'est Pocket, Kodak.
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Finishing on Velox Paper.
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We have served Michigan and hter Students for 39 years.

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